Adult teacup maltese

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The Maltese breed has been around since 6, B. They have always been a popular dog among royalty and aristocrats — in the 16 th century, Mary, Queen of Scots, even owned one. In , this breed was introduced to the United States, and popularity for this dog has continued to grow. These tiny dogs are great companions and provide a playful and lively friend to anyone looking for an adorable pet. The reason for the high price is that the mother is so small, she can only carry two or three pups at a time and they usually have to be born via Cesarean section. A good breeder puts a great deal of time and money into caring for the mother and her pups.

Everything You Need To Know About Teacup Maltese

Teacup Maltese Complete Breed Profile: Size, Temperament and More… - Perfect Dog Breeds

These mini Maltese dogs are usually between 7 and 9 inches tall. They will weigh no more than 7 pounds as adults. Maltese dogs are loved for their long luxurious hair and adorable personalities. But sadly, making these already small dogs even tinier can cause some serious health concerns.

9 Fascinating And Little Known Facts About A Teacup Maltese

A Teacup Maltese is exactly what the name implies — a really small Maltese dog… 4lb to be precise! These little pups have very quickly spiked into popularity over the past 20 years. Here are nine fun, fascinating and little known facts to peak your interest into the Teacup Maltese dog. The American Kennel Club does not recognize the teacup as its own breed, it is officially classified as a small Maltese dog.
The Teacup Maltese is a Maltese that fits right in the palm of your hand. It is all of the fluff and fun of a Maltese in a smaller package. There is a difference between owning a Maltese and owning a Teacup variety. New owners should be aware of these differences before taking in a teacup dog. Teacup dogs have health and dietary challenges that do not necessarily apply to the standard size.